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BandofBoondockers.com — The goal of this site is to be the single most valuable resource for Over the Road Adventurers by providing locations of FREE campgrounds, inexpensive campgrounds, and other unique stay solutions for road travel. The hope is to show how frugalness with camping decisions affords you a new kind of fre…
1178 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
UltimateCampgrounds.com — One of the more difficult things for boondocking enthusiasts is to pre-plan a trip with suitable overnight locations. While there is information on potential boondocking spots, far too often, it's spread out all over the Internet and it can take hours to ferret out the information you need.A singl…
1179 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
FS.fed.us — National Forests and Grasslands We are a multi-faceted agency that manages and protects 154 national forests and 20 grasslands in 44 states and Puerto Rico. The agency’s mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present…
1179 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
PublicLands.org — Type of sites are available, how the roads are, whether there is a fee, etc.   If you want to limit your search to boondocking (free) sites, enter "dispersed" as your keyword and a list of dispersed camping sites will appear. Public Lands Interpretive Association initiated the Public Lands Informa…
1179 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
FreeCampsites.net — Free campgrounds can be hard to find. Freecampsites.net makes it easy. They give you a simple, map based search engine to find free and cheap camping areas. Community reviews and ratings provide you with up to date information and help you select the best camp site for your next camping trip. Whe…
1179 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
HasBeenThere.com — This website was built as a way for other travelers to share stories, pictures, and information with each other.  There are forums for chatting, and you can get a blog at HasBeenThere.com to share your stuff in your own personal way.
1184 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
UScampgrounds.info — It is all here, on one map and at your fingertips:  All 13,000 US and Canada (vehicle-accessible) public campgrounds, with accurate lat/lon for your GPS or smart phone, campground amenities, phone numbers and web links for both the campground itself and it's reservation system. Includes all Nation…
1184 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
OvernightRVParking.com — When you're in your RV, where can you park overnight to sleep, just for one night? Where will parking overnight to sleep result in eviction, a ticket, or being towed away in the middle of the night? Where can you get some rest without having to pay a dime? OvernightRVParking.com has the answe…
1184 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
FreeCampgrounds.com — Our goal is to become an exhaustive directory of free or inexpensive places to stay the night in a self-contained RV in the USA. Although you will find some listings here for campgrounds a bit off the beaten path, we will gradually fine tune our listings to include only those within easy driving d…
1184 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
Roadtreking.com — A favorite spot along the Pacific Coast Highway. All the ingredients are in place – beautiful scenery, suitable supplies nearby, and a welcoming local environment that makes boondocking easy.  This is the middle Oregon coast south of the tiny seaside town of Yachats. One sure sign that this is a g…
1185 days ago · 1 comments · From rvguy
BoondockingGuide.com — My name is C. Patrick (Pat) Waters and I live in Vernon, British Columbia, Canada when not on the road Boondocking.  I retired in 1993 and immediately invested in a new motor home in which to live and travel.  Since then, I have traveled over a great deal of the United States and Canada, usually b…
1187 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
bidstrup.com — Full timing -- Is it right for you? Lots and lots of folks dream of doing what I did -- it's called "full timing" by those who do it. Latest estimates are that over a million North Americans are full-timers, living permanently in their RVs with no permanent address. Many are retired, but many othe…
1187 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
legendsofamerica.com — Boondocking is not really a good term, but has somehow come into common use.  Dry Camping (parking anywhere without or with limited amenities) is more accurate. Independent Parking is the preferred term. It means that you are prepared to dry camp but, make use of amenities when they're available. …
1187 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy

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